Gay Friendly Accommodation Hailsham

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Gay Friendly Self Catering Holiday Lodge Hailsham
Little Marshfoot, Mill Road, Hailsham


www.littlemarshfootfarmhouse.co.uk


Sitting quietly in the grounds of a former farmhouse surrounded by glorious rural East Sussex on the fringe of the Pevensey Levels is
Little Marshfoot, a stunning self catering holiday lodge, built and managed in a sustainable and ethically responsible way with pretty
 gardens and only a 7 mile picturesque drive to the coast. The accommodation is beautifully presented and equipped with all the little
 extras that you don't often find but always need when on holiday. Little Marshfoot comfortably accommodates four guests. Kathryn
is an incredibly friendly host who will greet you on arrival with a Welcome Pack that includes local produce.



Information About Hailsham

Hailsham is one of four main towns in the Wealden district of East Sussex. Hailsham was originally an agricultural centre. Hailsham is home
to the famous
Herstmonceux Castle which is renowned for its stunning magnificence, set in beautiful parkland & superb Elizabethan gardens.
Built originally as a country home in the mid-15th century, Herstmonceux Castle embodies the history of Medieval England and the romance
of Renaissance Europe.
Hailsham has a wide range of shops & is the centre for many of the surrounding villages. Hailsham High Street is
the main shopping area and has good selection of chain stores and speciality shops. Cuckoo Trail is a nationally acclaimed route through the
Wealden countryside. It follows the route of the former railroad line linking Polegate, Hailsham, Horam & Heathfield. Ideal for walking,
cycling, horse riding and people with disabilities. This thirteen mile surfaced path through the Sussex countryside is mostly traffic free
and a safe route for walkers and cyclists of all ages, with extensive bridle sections of the Cuckoo Trail accessible for horse-riders.

 

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